This year, through a partnership with CME Group Foundation, the Future Founders Foundation will add Lemonade Day Chicago to its programs and scale its youth entrepreneurship program pipeline to reach an additional 10,000 elementary and middle school students in over 35 Chicago area schools.
What does YEP stand for?
YEP stands for Youth Entrepreneurship Program (various locations)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 50 other meanings of YEP in our Acronym Attic
- Youth Employment in Parks (Anchorage, AK)
- Youth Employment Partnership, Inc. (Oakland, CA)
- Youth Employment Programme (various organizations)
- Youth Employment Project (various organizations)
- Youth Empowering Parents (Toronto, Canada)
- Youth Empowerment and Policy Project (Maine)
- Youth End Poverty (Dundee)
- Youth Engaged in Philanthropy (Sycamore, IL)
- Youth Engagement Panel (various locations)
- Youth Enrichment Program (various locations)
- Youth Environment Prize (Australia)
- Youth Environmental Program (Canada)
- Youth Exchange Program (various locations)
- Youth Expedition Project
- Yuasa Elastomer Products (Kyoto, Japan)
- Yunan Education Project (Gettysburg College; Gettysburg, PA)
- Year-End Performance Assessment (various organizations; Philippines)
- Youth Expedition Project Alumni
- Yeast-Extract Peptone Adenine Dextrose
- Youth Excellence Performing Arts Workshop (Akron, OH)
Samples in periodicals archive:
RBC HAS COMMITTED $300,000 to the Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative (MAEI) to support the expansion of its Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship program and encourage young people to stay in school.
The Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Program (AYEP) was launched in 1994 by the non-profit organization ACE.
school-based youth entrepreneurship program that provides hands-on learning and classroom lessons on mathematics, analytical skills and management and planning.
13, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) Foundation, in conjunction with Ford Motor Company Fund and the Coca Cola Company, announced today the start of the national 2012 BizFest Youth Entrepreneurship program to begin this January in Chicago, Illinois.
through its Youth Entrepreneurship Program and securing a bank loan, she was able to build the financial support she needed to get the business started.
discovered that fact last summer during her agency's third annual youth entrepreneurship program.
The study, conducted on behalf of NFTE, provides proof of the positive benefits youth entrepreneurship programs can have on school engagement and future orientation.